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Heat pipes

DAU has many years of experience in the development and production of heat pipes. Products range from standard cylindrical heat pipes to customer-specific HP assemblies.

For applications with higher thermal requirements and where conventional air cooling reaches its limits, the compact design of DAU heat pipe assemblies results in optimal cooling using forced or natural convection.

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Heatpipe systems

Heatpipe systems are comprised of a baseplate for mounting the module(s) and fin stack for dissipating the heat.

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Heatpipe systems are comprised of a baseplate for mounting the module(s) and fin stack for dissipating the heat. It is an extremely effective means of utilizing the available space and airflow as the heat is conducted from the module to the cooling air in the most efficient manner possible. The evaporator section (module base) and condenser (fin stack) are individually optimized to provide the best performance for the lowest weight and size. The joint between the heat pipe and base and heat pipe and fins is most critical, and has therefore been developed to offer minimum thermal resistance at that interface.

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IGBT

Heat pipes

Heat pipes of various standard diameters and lengths serve as the ultimate superconductor, an ideal mechanism for moving heat most efficiently from the local hot spot to the dissipating fin stack.

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Heat pipes of various standard diameters and lengths serve as the ultimate superconductor, an ideal mechanism for moving heat most efficiently from the local hot spot to the dissipating fin stack. A variety of operating temperatures and heat carrying capacity versions are available, as well as custom shapes and sizes (such as with bends and round or flattened). The tube material is copper with a mesh wick structure and water as the operating fluid.

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Produktdatenblatt

Heatpipe systems

Heatpipe systems are comprised of a baseplate for mounting the module(s) and fin stack for dissipating the heat.

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Heatpipe systems are comprised of a baseplate for mounting the module(s) and fin stack for dissipating the heat. It is an extremely effective means of utilizing the available space and airflow as the heat is conducted from the module to the cooling air in the most efficient manner possible. The evaporator section (module base) and condenser (fin stack) are individually optimized to provide the best performance for the lowest weight and size. The joint between the heat pipe and base and heat pipe and fins is most critical, and has therefore been developed to offer minimum thermal resistance at that interface.

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Product Data Sheet

Resistor

Heat pipes

Heat pipes of various standard diameters and lengths serve as the ultimate superconductor, an ideal mechanism for moving heat most efficiently from the local hot spot to the dissipating fin stack.

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Heat pipes of various standard diameters and lengths serve as the ultimate superconductor, an ideal mechanism for moving heat most efficiently from the local hot spot to the dissipating fin stack. A variety of operating temperatures and heat carrying capacity versions are available, as well as custom shapes and sizes (such as with bends and round or flattened). The tube material is copper with a mesh wick structure and water as the operating fluid.

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Product Data Sheet